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    Everyone Who’s Set To Grace The 2024 Oscars Stage For Dazzling Musical Performances

    It’s that time of the year again when the glitz, the glamour, and the occasional awkward cutaway is set to grace our screens with the Oscars are just around the corner. Jimmy Kimmel is gearing up for his third stint as the host of the 96th annual Academy Awards,  and is set to dazzle the audience on Sunday, March 10.

    But Oscars are not just about the dazzling monologues and emotional acceptance speeches — they are also about the dazzling performances that grace the stage. This year’s lineup of performers for the Best Original Song category is spectacular as always. The performances also feature a mix of notable pop stars, legendary songwriters, and even an actor making his musical mark. Here’s the full list of all the Oscar performances you can expect this year.

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    Ryan Gosling Set To Perform As Ken, Billie Eilish and Finneas O’Connell Will Also Bring The ‘Barbie’ Charm To The Oscars Stage

    Billie Eilish and Finneas O'Connell (Credit: Getty)
    Billie Eilish and Finneas O’Connell (Credit: Getty)

    First up on the list to grace the Oscars stage with a dazzling performance, is ‘Barbie‘ star Ryan Gosling, who won’t be playing second fiddle. Popular for his character as Ken in the blockbuster film, Gosling will perform the viral hit ‘I’m Just Ken‘. Joining him would be Mark Ronson, the man behind the song, along with Andrew Wyatt, who played Miike Snow.

    The performance might just rival the iconic Lady Gaga and Bradley Cooper’s rendition of ‘Shallow‘ from ‘A Star Is Born‘ at the 2019 Oscars.

    Next in the spotlight are Billie Eilish and Finneas O’Connell, who will take the stage to perform ‘What Was I Made For?’ from Barbie’ again. The sibling duo have already won an award at the Grammys and the Golden Globes this year. This is also not the first time that the duo would be performing on the Oscars stage. They delivered a captivating performance of ‘No Time to Die‘ at the 2022 Oscars.

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    Scott George To Step On Oscars Stage As The First Songwriter With Osage Origin

    Lily Gladstone (Credit: Getty)
    Lily Gladstone and Scott George (Credit: Getty)

    Stepping into the limelight for the first time is Scott George and the Osage Singers, set to perform ‘Wahzhazhe (A Song for My People)” from Martin Scorsese’s ‘Killers of the Flower Moon’. The song is sung in Osage, and carries a powerful message. The song also sets a benchmark with its writer George being the first one from Osage descent to earn an Oscar nomination.

    Adding his musical prowess to the mix is Jon Batiste, a Grammy-winning performer, bandleader on ‘The Late Show With Stephen Colbert, and a prolific songwriter. Batiste will perform ‘It Never Went Away‘ from ‘American Symphony — a song he co-wrote with Semisonic frontman Dan Wilson. Though a newcomer to the Oscars stage, Batiste has secured a win for Best Original Score for the Pixar film ‘Soulin the past.

    Last but not the least is singer and actress Becky G, who will grace the stage to perform ‘The Fire Inside‘ from Eva Longoria’s directorial debut, ‘Flamin’ Hot’. Interestingly, Becky G is the sole performer in the lineup not nominated. The film’s Best Original Song nomination goes to Diane Warren, who wrote the song. This marks Warren’s 15th nomination.

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    Aishwarya is a Senior Sub-Editor at First Curiosity. Working as a news writer for over 3 years, she has written on an array of things for a couple of media houses in different capacities. With writing as her outlet, she is now exploring the world of art and glamour. She has previously been associated with ETV Bharat and India Today as part of national editorial teams. With a fair share of work done covering national and international issues, she is now navigating through her abilities in the field of films and art. A movie and TV show buff, Aishwarya at First Curiosity tries to bring forth what a layman's eye might easily miss out on. Her flair for words and ability to convey what's between the lines are her biggest strengths. Her love for films and writing stems from her fondness for words and all things artsy. An avid reader and writer alike, Aishwarya likes to delve into any and all forms of art. When not tapping on her keyboard churning out articles, she can be found staring at books or screens, trying to find stories that'll help her explore the world and its portrayal through art better.

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